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Pros: Fast, inexpensive, no bloatware, bright screen, 2gb ram, micro sd card slot, micro usb port, decent battery life. Android 4.3 was pushed down within a week of purchase.
Cons: no hdmi port, no hml
Other Thoughts: Im extremely happy with this tablet. I wish it had a hdmi port, my cameras have had them for years now. Oh well, great performance, great value. No lag or speed issues at all. Major upgrade from a galaxy tab 2 7.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I can still browse the internet, some games still work.
Cons: Each release of drivers makes this thing work worse. Checkout the AMD support forums before buying this card. Use of version 8.11 seems to have the least amount of issues.
Other Thoughts: Terrible performance at this point. Could overclock easily in ver 8.12, now any type of overclock locks my computer. Massive amount of complaints over at AMD forum seemed to be totally ignored by AMD. Very disappointed so far. Vista home premium, amd x2 5200, 2 gig 800mhz ram, single 5830 vcard, net frame 3.5, directx 10.1, catalyst 9.3, msi k9a2 platinum.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: No dead pixels, bright, large, easy to read text, goes to sleep and wakes just fine. I love my monitor, which I use mostly for browsing and spreadsheets. I did play a game on it, looked great, no ghosting. Probably the perfect size, though it did take a day to get used to it, coming from a 22 inch monitor. Wouldn't want to go back, any larger may over exercise my neck. I like the stand, it swivels and tilts easily.
Cons: Minor issues: buttons on back right side not convenient, but also not used much. Lack of ports and are not easy to access.
Other Thoughts: Using Vista home premium, XFX PVT84JUDF3 GeForce 8600 GT 256MB 128-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16 video card, 2gb ram, amd5200. The size of the box freaked me out, thought I may have gone overboard again, but wouldn't want to give it up now. Just great so far.READ FULL REVIEW